Christin Berger is passionate about the environment, equality, and education. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha after serving 12 years as an Army Medic. Christin writes whenever and wherever she can. She is the author of the Jacqueline the Great series of children’s books which is a series aimed at empowering young girls to believe that they can do anything they want to do. She has several works in progress including a memoir about one of the most difficult times in her life that lead her to fight for significant change.

She is currently accepting invitations for speaking engagements about her upcoming book; Saving Maggie: A mother’s journey from despair to empowerment. Please contact her at addi at christinb dot com for more information.